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  1. Mauridiviah

    Mauridivian General Elections, 2018

    Mauridivian General Election: Live Coverage & Results Senatorial elections were held on Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 in Mauridiviah. On May 20th, general polling and campaigning came to an end and exit polls are banned. As per Mauridivian electoral law, polls opened at 11:30 P.M. Mauridivian Central Time on June 2nd and closed at 12:30 A.M. on June 4th, remaining open throughout June 3rd to give people the chance to vote. This thread served as the center for election updates which took place through to the final announcement of the results on June 4th. These results are the results from before the new electoral law was put into place. Current Composition of the Senate: Results: Electoral Map by which party won at least a plurality of votes in the given constituency. Note: Dark purple is the Mauridiviah Independence Party, Magenta-ish is the Patriot Party. Seats Per Party: Sitian Unionist Party: 29 (2.76% Mauridiviah Independence Party: 64 (6.11%) Liberal-Labor: 59 (5.66%) Bolivarian Party: 527 Seats (50.24% Republican Party: 32 (3.05%) Monarchist Party: 30 (2.86%) Libertad: 298 Seats (28.41%) Patriot Party: 10 (0.95%) Political Leaders: Articles Previously Posted About the Election and the Issues of this Election: ((I'm going to do something to similar to this: https://www.politico.eu/article/uk-election-live-blog/ but with obviously less posts on this thread. If you want to involve yourself, any tweets or posts about this election from a non-Mauridivian source will be linked to here as well.))
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